Speaking of Sichuan-style spicy mapo tofu in Yokohama Chinatown, Keitokuchin is so popular. I visited Keitokuchin syuka (景徳鎮 酒家) this time. They started as a branch of Keitokuchin, but now Keitokuchin said Keitokuchin Syuka is nothing to do with Keitokuchin. But same font…
Why I decided to visit Keitokuchin Syuka, not Keitokuchin ? That’s because Syuka have valuable set. The signboard says it’s available from 4 p.m., they show it on Saturdays from the opening time. And they accept my order. They have more valuable lunch set until 3 p.m. on weekdays. So, this ‘from 4 p.m.’ is in case on weekdays.
I imagine dinner is expensive in Yokohama Chinatown. So, I was glad such a valuable set is prepared.But as is often the case with Yokohama Chinatown, though they show valuable menu outside of restaurants, they don’t show the menu inside of the room. In that case, they show the menu or accept order if you say “The set on the menu outside, please”. 🙂
The restaurant is large. They have about 150 seats. And they have Chinese round table on the 2F.
Of course, I ordered Sichuan mapo tofu set. It have mapo tofu, soup, rice, salad, small dish(bang bang chicken?), three pieces of gyoza and dessert.
This mapo tofu is spicy and good. But the one I ate at Keitokuchin was far spicy than it. The difference between Keitokuchin and Keitokuchin Syuka ? Or it’s because valuable set ? Anyway, it’s good and it went with rice well.
Soup. It had mushrooms. It had sticky texture. It’s good to drink at a interval of mapo tofu.
Dessert. Almonnd jelly.
Draft beer was Premium Malt’s Kaoru Ale.